Congress should move to protect vulnerable college students from shoddy offerings
With bipartisan negotiations underway in the Senate, Congress appears poised to rewrite the Higher Education Act for the first time in a decade. The process represents an exciting opportunity to rein in college costs and increase access for underserved students. To be considered a success, though, it must also protect those students from sham — or simply shoddy — offerings.
Originally published: April 18, 2019
Author: Aaron Ament, John B. King Jr
Position: President, President
Institution: National Student Legal Defense Network, The Education Trust
Published by: The Washington Post